The Archdiocese of Regina Lay Formation Program forming disciples for leadership, service, and evangelization
Last Updated on September 13, 2016
The goal of the Lay Formation prgram is to empower church leaders. Through a living relationship with Jesus Christ and his Church, and informed by solid teaching by a host of experts, our alumni are sent forth to "Make disciples of all nations."
We provide solid teaching from diocesan priests, religious and laypersons who are experts in their respective fields of theology, ethics, social justice, scripture, liturgy, canon law and a host of other fields.
We provide the skills, tools, and opportunities to deepen your spiritual life, assess your God-given gifts and discern how best to offer these in service to Jesus Christ.
We provide a working knowledge of particular areas of service including; native ministry, ministry to the sick, dying and bereaved, youth ministry, parish government, sacramental preparations and the RCIA.
We provide the tools and the guidance to speak confidently about the church, faith and Jesus Christ in the home, the parish and the world.
We are currently accepting applications for our Fall intake.
For more information or to register, please contact our Program Coordinator, Eric Gurash at 306.325.1651 ext 211 or email him at egurasharchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca